I shouldnt....but it is funny
GrahamH wrote:What I find interesting is that the effort was made to reface the entire facade in brick, rather than just shift the odd ope, build up the parapet and smother the whole lot in Victorian icing.
GrahamH wrote:. . . . . the publishing period would also be quite small, ranging from c. 1845 to 1860, as we know the alterations were in place through late 1860s photographs. . . .
gunter wrote:Just checked Shaw's Directory and it appears that the rebuilt version was in place by 1850, which narrows the alteration down now to just about five years, c. 1845 - 1850.
adhoc wrote:Has anyone got any idea what the RPA are presently doing on the central median of O'Connell St. Their contractors have erected hoarding over the last number of days on the median north of Abbey St. More test boring for Metro North, or something else?
Of course, nothing on their site.